My employer+profession put me high on the vaccination list. Too bad the county doesn't have the vaccine stock.
Yeah they kept pushing it back as the year progressed. One of my friends was convinced she had it as of 12/26/2019 because of matching symptoms, how long it lasted, how much she was coughing and so forth. Nevertheless the antibody test showed up negative in May or June.I thought I heard that they think some cases could have been around in December since they didn't know what was what back then. The gal on the ride on Sunday had Covid before they even knew that's what it was.
I was offered 41 from my dealer on a trade in back in Nov. in 2019 right after I bought the jeep. They wanted to give me 38.Actually, only dropped about $20K. Yeah, I wouldn't be buyin' a million mile Wrangler, and certainly not for $20K
Odo corrected itself upon restart .... weird.
My wife keeps a diary. We were a leper colony for 3 weeks and didn't know why. Wife tested + IGG at a later date.The first confirmed case was 1/21, with US reentry on 1/15. I'm suspicious of your memory.
My understanding of the anti bodies is they’re only active for 60-90 days after. Then go dormant. The anti body test only shows active anti bodies. A fiend as well thought he had it in late Dec. He ended up in the hospital with what was called a weird pneumonia. It set in fast. He also tested negative for the anti bodies in may. He took the test at the Red Cross while donating and they said their test only should active anti bodies. I could be totally wrong too. But I was sick AF. Any how back to the folliesYeah they kept pushing it back as the year progressed. One of my friends was convinced she had it as of 12/26/2019 because of matching symptoms, how long it lasted, how much she was coughing and so forth. Nevertheless the antibody test showed up negative in May or June.
I also had a really bad cold starting 1/10, had flown domestically a week earlier, and lung problems affecting my breathing for a month or two afterwards, and my sinuses have been messed up for the last year. As the symptoms did not quite match and it wasn't statistically likely, I have not had an antibody test.